Beautiful looks from the Golden Globes (and the products you need to recreate them)

Not much work got done yesterday because I had more important things to do, like watching the Golden Globes!

Here are my top 10 favourite beauty looks from the 2012 Golden Globes and a suggestion of products you will need to recreate those beautiful looks.   

Salma Hayek's amazing mane can be recreated with a Remington Pearl Curling Iron

 

Angelina Jolie's Golden Globes 2012 look. Get Angelina's lips with MAC Lipstick: Cockney
 
 
Recreate Emma Stone's smouldering eyes with NARS Trio Eyeshadow: Okinawa
 
 
Try Nicole Richie's hair doo using Garnier - Fructis Sleek & Shine Smoothing Serum (and plenty of bobby pins)
 
 
Get Sofia Vergara's glam-look with a set of false lashes from Gorgeous Cosmetics
 
 
Want Reese's big bouncy beautiful waves? Spray your hair with David Babaii's Bohemian Beach Spray and style with your GHD
 
 
Work sexy eye's like Viola Davis' using MAC fluidline
 
 
George Clooney's latest love Stacy Keibler was glowing (which isn't suprising when you have George on your arm). You can glow too with Benefit Cosmetic's new Sun Beam
 
 
Sarah Michelle Gellar's eyes sparkled with Australis's Intensifye Trio Eyeshadow: Fancy Pants
 
 
Michelle Williams accentuated her gorgeous cheeks with a highlighter. Want to flaunt those cheeks? Use Benefit's Watt's Up

 

 

Do you have another favourite beauty look from the 2012 Golden Globes? Do share!

 

3 Responses to “Beautiful looks from the Golden Globes (and the products you need to recreate them)”

  1. January 23, 2012 at 9:23 am, Melinda said:

    Great post – I go a little crazy over the Golden Globes!

    I need to get my hands on Sun Beam. I can’t live without Benefits High Beam and I think Sun Beam will be my next “can’t live without” item.

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    • January 24, 2012 at 4:28 pm, LipstickandCake said:

      Thanks Melinda! Yep Sun Beam is on my ‘can’t live without’ list too :-)

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  2. January 17, 2012 at 1:34 pm, Mama K said:

    Loved Reese’s hair… Will have to try that product as the ones I use never quite seem to do the trick! Thanks for the tips!

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